The College is committed to making reasonable accommodations for the religious identities of its students and prevent adverse academic consequences based upon religious beliefs or observances that conflict with academic requirements. In accordance with Ohio’s Testing your Faith Act, the College shall permit a student to be absent for up to three days each academic semester to take holidays for reasons of faith, or religious or spiritual belief system, or to participate in organized religious activities conducted by a religious denomination, church or other religious or spiritual organization.
Students seeking an accommodation for absences permitted under Ohio’s
Testing Your Faith Act must provide the instructor with written notice of the
specific dates for which the student requires an accommodation and must do so not
later than fourteen (14) days after the first day of instruction. Any other reasonable religious accommodation must be submitted directly to the course instructor. Visit Procedure 3354:1-60-04.1 for more information.